David Lacey

Rookie - 224 Points (2/3/87 / Middlesbrough)

Make Me Young Again


Pretty eyes
Pretty smiles
Make me young again

See Pretty skies
And all the while
I'll feel young again

Watch them walk and talk to say
You don't understand
Make me young again my friend
I'll take you by the hand

Birds are flying
Children crying
Make me young again

Dreams are fleeting
Dreams are sleeping
Make me young again

Watch them talking
Watch them walking
Make me young again

See in their suits
And shining boots
Sing make me young again

Watch them walk and talk to say
You don't understand
Make me young again my friend
I'll take you by the hand

Magpie singing make your move
I'll make you young again
Raven eyes the darker moon
He'll make you young again

Sunlight through the dappled leafs
Something now we can believe
Is light in moving madness
In this dark hour of the show

Push up then the broken hill
Cast your mind so far until
You can see the movement
And it makes you understand

And as it takes you by the hand
And makes us young again
It makes us young again my friend
It makes us young again

Spelling out the name of friends
Makes me young again
Light is shining on you
Make me young again

Submitted: Monday, March 31, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Topic of this poem: youth


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